Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has arrived at the office of the Election Commission to meet the Chief Election Commissioner Justice (retd.) Sardar Raza Khan.
PTI leaders Jehangir Khan Tarin and Asad Umar were accompanying Khan at the meeting during which the latter said they will demand deployment of Rangers in the upcoming by-polls in NA-122 and NA-154.
Asad said “We are going to receive ECP’s response to our letter,” said he.
Earlier, PTI leader Naeemul Haq said Jehangir Khan Tarin would also be present during the meeting between Khan and the election commissioner.
He said the PTI’s objections over the four members of the ECP and the electoral body’s written response to Imran Khan would come under discussion.
On August 29, Khan gave yet another call for a protest in Islamabad, asking his workers to reach the federal capital on October 4.
He warned the four provincial election commissioners to resign before he announces his next course of action on October 4.